Project Description

Flooring Specifications

  • Widths: 4″ – 12″
  • Lengths: 2′ – 14′
  • Custom milled thickness & edges
  • Solid & Engineered planks available
  • Consistent sandy color across the board
  • Ages into a rich golden brown
  • Extremely hard with a pronounced grain
  • Takes stain well
  • Versatile design options from formal to rustic

Design Samples

A Brief History of White Oak

It started with the Mayflower. In 1620, the Mayflower sailed from England, carrying 102 passengers in search of religious freedom in the New World. When the ship docked in Plymouth, Massachusetts, the Puritans started to work building what would ultimately become the United States of America.

The Mayflower’s legacy lives on in Plimoth Plantation’s full-scale reproduction, Mayflower II. In 2013, when she needed repairs, Framingham State University offered its campus’s 150-year-old white oak to replicate her original timbers. Earlier Mayflower replicas disintegrated, but this one remains seaworthy more than 50 years after its construction, carrying not passengers or cargo but history to be handed down for generations.

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William & Henry’s meticulous standards – and unsurpassed expertise – ensure each traditional wide plank floor is handcrafted to perfection.
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